Program curriculum

Algorithm &

Internet technology &
website development

Individual &
team project



HTML, CSS, Javascript


English and essay lessons


Weekly mentorship lectures from leading women in the ICT industry


Weekly field trips to visit offices of sponsoring organizations

Proudly partnered with

Our program has been supported by following organizations

So Far, So Good

Since 2021, we have reached


Hours of coding lessons


Girls participated


Girls got accepted into Top global universities


Girls had paid internship in tech companies

2022 Best Project

EST team - “Creative Mind” project

Creative arithmetic operations program for children in grades 1-3 that enhances the development of left and right brain functions.

Our achievements

See what our alumni are saying about Girls Code program

After the Girls Code program, I applied for US universities and got accepted into Loyola University Chicago. I’ve been working as a IELTS teacher at Stoic education consulting firm. Self-learning Python programming language.

I got into New York University to pursue my career in Data Science. I am so grateful for the Girls Code program.

After the program, Mungunzul had a trip to New York where she is to attend the Generation Unlimited event organized by UNICEF. She became “Children of the Year” which awarded by the Prime Minister of Mongolia.


Bolor-Erdene Battsengel is the former Deputy Minister of Digital Development & Communications of Mongolia and the State Secretary of the Ministry. She is the youngest decision-maker in the Cabinet of Mongolia as well as the youngest and first female to lead the Communications and Information Technology Authority of Mongolia. Prior joining to the public office, she has been working as Consultant for international development organizations, including Asian Development Bank, Millennium Challenge Corporation, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, and The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.
She holds master's degree in Business Administration from Handong Global University and master's degree in Public Policy from the Oxford University. Bolor-Erdene was named as Time Magazine’s Next Generation Leader in 2022, Forbes Magazine’s 30 Under 30 in 2021, and Young Global Leader of World Economic Forum.